Reservations are due Sept. 12 for a Massillon Museum luncheon and program to be held Sept. 20 at MAPS Air Museum in Green.

GREEN  Reservations are due Tuesday for the Massillon Museum’s “Women on the Move: Fashions from The Great War Era”— a luncheon, fashion display, and program — scheduled to take place at noon on Sept. 20 at the MAPS Air Museum, 2260 International Parkway.

The $35 ticket includes lunch, admission to MAPS, and the program. The event is a Massillon Museum Capital Campaign fundraiser for the expansion of the museum to enhance programming, preservation, and exhibitions for the community, according to a news release from the museum.

Tickets may be purchased at massillonmuseum.org or by visiting the museum, 121 Lincoln Way E, Massillon.

Laura Loew of Medina, an expert in costumes of a century past, will talk about women’s clothing of the World War I era, including how the war affected the restrictive attire typically worn by American women. Women on the homefront contributed to the war effort by rationing, selling bonds, knitting wool socks for men in the trenches, preparing ditty bags, working in factories, ferrying planes to military bases, and many other activities that affected the clothing they wore. Loew will display clothing from the early 1900s.

For more information, call 330-833-4061 or visit www.massillonmuseum.org.